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Yes. CCTV covers the car park and entrance areas, there are no public footpaths crossing our grounds and the site is ringed by a perimeter fence. It is helpful if leaders can remind campers not to climb fences.
Parental permission is required for adults to film or photograph young people while they are at camp. Any filming must not be for public release or identification. For additional information please contact the centre manager.
Payment should be made before your departure, or before your camp. Payments can be made by cash or cards, and by cheques or BACS transfer.
Ashes should be emptied into the labelled metal dustbins, located behind the woodpile. You MUST NOT put hot ashes in the skips.
We have general waste skips, which also double as our recycling bins, located in the main car park. Rubbish is sorted by the disposal company.
There is a freezer and a refrigerator in the service crew bungalow porch for campers to use. Anything left in the fridge/freezer is left at your own risk and responsibility.
If you would like to take part in any of our evening activities please contact reception for availability.
If you wish to gain access to the site before your booked timeslot, this can be arranged upon request by contacting one of the team. Please be aware this may incur additional cost.
Yes - a wide range of different sizes of propane and butane gas is available from the shop on site.
The shop opening hours vary, but are displayed on the door during busy periods. Additionally the staff will be happy to open the shop for you at times convenient to you, and to remove from display any products which may be harmful to members of your group (i.e. containing nuts) - please contact the Duty Manager or Reception to make arrangements.
Archery Course - 26 - 28 January 2018
We are running another Archery Instructor Course from Friday 26th - Sunday 28th January 2018. Places are almost gone, so get in touch quickly if you want a slot!
We opened our doors to the public for the first time on 12th and 13th August 2017. An amazing couple of days with lots of family fun for all!!
Re-dedication of Chapel and Low Ropes Opening
We recently welcomed Reverend Hargrove and the Mayor of Elmbridge to re-dedicate the Chapel and officially open our new Low Ropes course.
Our first two Pods, each sleeping eight young people to enjoy a brilliant outdoor experience have been ordered. Th… https://t.co/smgg44AIbK
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Activity Centre, Convent Lane
Cobham, Surrery, KT11 1HB
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